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 Old rink during 1913 flood.
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 Interior of Lead Refinery.
 Doukhobor house on Riverside Avenue during flood, July 1913.
 In strawberry patch.
 Johnny Troy, a prospector who worked up Sullivan Creek for 25 years.
 Mrs. Crispin, Mother of Ewart, in garden at Birchbank.
 Lorna Anderson with her uncle Harry Anderson at Birchbank, J.D. Anderson's ranch.
 Ewart Crispin at the Sullivan Post Office, opened May 1912. Sullivan Station was formerly named Sullivan Siding, which later became Birchbank.
 Three cups and a shield won by Trail hockey team 1913/14.
 Trail hockey team, 1913 - 1914.
 CPR station, Trail [or Tadanac], November 1913. Interior view. Man on right is Bill Walmsley.
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